There's a million things you could do with the touch screen functions on Nintendo's DS, but we never imagined we'd be rubbing beans.[br]That's exactly what'll be happening in Puyo Pop though, since Sega has announced that it's bringing the bean dropping puzzler to DS. Making full use of the handheld's innovative touch-screen feature, you'll be able to prod, push and tickle beans across the screen until they burst. If you don't fancy getting your fingers dirty you can use the stylus, or if you're feeling really frigid, the D-pad.[br][br]The bottom screen will be used exclusively for the play area with the top screen displaying all the less important stuff like score, stats and the crazy Puyo Pop characters we all love.[br][br]No details on multiplayer yet, but we imagine Puyo Pop will use the DS's wireless features to allow link-up play, especially when the recent Puyo Pop Fever on PS2 and GameCube was so geared towards competitive action.[br][br]Puyo Pop DS is expected to put in an appearance at next week's Tokyo Game Show, so all being well more details then.
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